The George & Dragon is a lovely 16th century public house and Bed & Breakfast situated in the beautiful village of Erlestoke in Wiltshire.
In October 2013, Andy Southorn and his wife, Janet, bought the pub not only to sell local ales and good wines but also to serve local, seasonal food.
The relaxed and comfortable surroundings of the George and Dragon make it a perfect place for a homemade bar snack or traditional Sunday Lunch.
Janet, Andy and their team at the George & Dragon are proud to be the centre of Erlestoke village life, whilst welcoming guests from surrounding areas and travelling guests from far and wide.
The George & Dragon is conveniently located on the High Street in Erlestoke near the market towns of Devizes and Westbury and the city of Salisbury.
Wiltshire boasts England’s first Safari Park, Longleat; the UK’s tallest cathedral spire and the highest concentration of prehistoric sites in Europe including Stonehenge and Avebury, both World Heritage Sites.
There are also 8 ‘white horses’ across the county which remain in view. Other chalk carvings include the Bulford Kiwi, the ANZAC at Codford and the Fovant Badges.
The Kennet & Avon Canal stretches 87 miles across the whole county. Near Devizes is Caen Hill Locks with 29 consecutive locks enabling canal boats to rise 237ft.
Salisbury’s early English medieval Cathedral has Britain’s tallest spire at 404ft and one of the finest original copies of the Magna Carta. The ‘Tower Tour’ will take you up 332 steps to the base of the spire.
The beautiful village of Lacock with its medieval Abbey has been used in the filming of Pride and Prejudice and Harry Potter.
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